New Student Orientation 2019 Counselor ... - Nc State University

New Student Orientation 2019 Counselor ... - Nc State University

New Student Orientation 2019 Counselor Education Program 5:15 pm 6:45 pm May 7, 2019 AGENDA 5:15 Welcoming, Introduction Dr. S. Raymond Ting, Program Coordinator and

Director of Graduate Programs 5:30 5:35 5:40

5:50 5:50 6:05 6:45

Community Counseling, Education, and Research Center (CCERC) Dr. Marc Grimmett, Dr. Lupon-Smith Chi Sigma Iota (CSI) Justin Brandenburg Counseling Practicum and Internship - Dr. Helen Lupton-Smith On-campus students will move to break-out sessions Online teaching and learning technology Dr. Sharon Chung Break-out sessions for online students Program ends Faculty and Staff

Dr. Stanley Baker Dr. Marc Grimmett Dr. Cristina Braga Dr. Rolanda Mitchell Dr. Nicole Childs Dr. Sylvia Nassar

Dr. Sharon Chung Dr. Jose Picart Dr. Adria Dunbar Dr. Angie Smith Dr. Helen Lupton-Smith Dr. Siu-Man Raymond Ting, Professor, Program Coordinator and Director of Graduate Program Pauline Ellefson, Graduate Services Coordinator

Cory Clark, Graduate Assistant (Adam Brandt start from fall) TAs: Lauren Gardner(Carrie Mitran from SSII), Erik Messinger, Courtney Walters, Chris Baxter. CCERC GAs Program Updates 2019 Class

10 new doctoral students 32 new on-campus masters students 24 new online masters students 17 new GCCE students Ranked 11th online clinical counseling program (http://www.gradschoolhub.com/best/affordable-online-masterscounseling/) College ranks 45th in Education Top 15 online graduate program in education area in 2018, US News and World Report. Examples of Faculty Accomplishments

Dr. Baker American Counseling Association (ACA) Fellow Second author of four publications for which the first author was hisa doctoral students. All four publications were from their dissertations: Syntia Santos Dietz (2018). Study abroad as a cultural competency tool. Journal for Advancement in Counselling. Megan Tajlili (2018). Future Work-Life Balance Attitudes Scale: Assessing attitudes on work-life balance of millennial women. Journal of Asia Pacific Counseling. Regina Gavin Williams (2018). Effects of customized counseling on career and college readiness of three foster-care youth. The

Professional Counselor. Jennifer Barrow (2018). Using grounded theory to examine the readiness of school counselors to serve gang member. The Professional Counselor. Continued Co-authored a new scale with a another former doctoral adivsee; Amanda Allen (2018). Elementary Career and College Readiness Self-Efficacy Inventory.

Co-authored another publication with a former doctoral advisee from his dissertation in 2017 that received recognition for a Rigorous Research Award from the Center for School Counseling Research and Evaluation at their annual presentation during the 2017 ACA Convention in Atlanta. Robert Martinez (2017). Promoting career and college readiness, aspirations, and self-efficacy: A field test. Career Development Quarterly.

The only faculty adviser for the Nu Sigma Chi chapter of the Chi Sigma Iota international honor society here at NC State for its 22 years of existence. Dr. Dunbar: NSF ITEST Grant ($1.2 million),

SWEAT Equity Challenge I-Corps Participant for eMentor software Beta Testing SuperVISE, 1:1 Counselor Education with iPad Minis Dr Marc Grimmett and Dr. Lupton-Smith

Grimmett, M., Lupton-Smith, H., Beckwith, A., Englert, M., and Messinger, E. (2018) CCERC model: Addressing mental health needs through engagement scholarship. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement. 22(3), 201-230. Dr. Nassar: ACA Fellow (2018) Arthur A. Hitchcock Distinguished Professional Service Award, ACA, 2019 Dr. Jose Picart ACE Fellow, Army War College Fellow

West Point Research Fellow $1.3 million Gates Grant Dr. Angela Smith DELTA Faculty Fellow (2-year term) and ECD 535, Introduction to College Counseling has been officially certified as a Quality Matters course at NC State. The 2018 NBCC Foundation Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) training award Dr. Ting The Jackson Rigney International Service Award, College of Education, 2019

Speaker, PBL Expert Seminar Series, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2018 Nomination for University Faculty Fellow, NCSU, 2019. NCSU at ACA Conference 2019 in New Orleans NCSU Reception: Erik Messinger, doctoral student and TA recognized as a CSI Fellow Dr. Grimmett and Erik

Messingers Poster Session about our CCERC Curriculum and Course Sequence - 60 credits, Master in Education: Counselor Education - 3 concentrations (tracks): school, clinical, and college - One degree/curriculum two deliveries: on-campus and online program Class sections for Masters Programs: - 001 on-campus program - 301 on-campus program classes delivered through online Online program:

- 619 online cohort entering summer/fall 2019 605 for Graduate Certificate (GCCE) entering summer 2019 603a online cohort 3a only (entering summer/fall, 2017) 603b online cohort 3b only (entering summer/fall,2017) Masters Program in Counselor Education-Online Online Clinical Counseling Advisor: Dr. Cristina Braga https://online.ced.ncsu.edu/clinical-counseling/ Online College Counseling

Advisor: Dr. Angie Smith https://online.ced.ncsu.edu/college-counseling/ Online School Counseling Advisor: Dr. Sharon Chung https://online.ced.ncsu.edu/school-counseling/ Academic Advising and Planning for Classes Meet with your advisor at least once per semester Discuss your plan for classes before enrollment FT students should begin in Summer I and follow the curriculum and course schedule Online Delivery(program) students are in cohorts:

The students in the same cohort they move along the program in the same classes Students are not allowed to sign up for classes outside of their cohorts, e.g. new online cohort classes are labeled sessions 619, except that 4 weeks after class enrollment begins. Priorities for class enrollment for online program: 1. cohort students; from enrollment begins up to 4 weeks. 2. other cohort students Internships are half-time in two semesters No one-semester internships SSI and SSII for new students:

New students may apply for financial aid for SSI and SSII. But financial aid monies (if applied and granted) will be distributed in SSII, NOT in SSI. Therefore, students will need to pay SSI tuition by themselves first. Reference: CE Student Handbook 2019-2020. https://sites.ced.ncsu.edu/counselor-education/ One Community (on-campus and online) Total students: over 250 students Online Program: High technology and high touch , Offers on-site advising, weekly virtual class, and social and academic activities.

On-campus and online delivery tracks Counselor education listserv In-and-out of class faculty and student interactions/collaborations Chi Sigma Iota: Social, seminars, NCE preparations, etc. Program Academic Policy and Requirements Online program is cohort-base, no changes of tracks and deliveries are allowed after admissions and vice versa for on-campus students Fixed curriculum and sequences:

On-campus and online students should follow the curriculum and class schedules to complete their degree. If they choose to have a different plan of study, it is likely that they will be delayed in completing the degree program. Online students: Two courses in fall and spring, 2 courses in summer in each year Online students can take only online program classes (and vice versa for on-campus students) A few on-campus meetings: 3 in first year, 2 in second year. These meetings are usually on Saturdays, dates announced in the beginning of semester. Students live out of state may be allowed for options.

Things You Should Know Always consult the Counselor Education Student Handbook: https://ced.ncsu.edu/elphd/counselor-education-program/current-stu dent-forms/ Program website: https://ced.ncsu.edu/elphd/counselor-education-program/ Work with your advisor, esp. for your class schedule Graduate Plan of Work (POW): access using your student unity id, submit your POW one semester after you begin the program. Periodic review and assessment on students academic, and professional dispositions

Not allowed changing majors or programs after admissions Doctoral Program 60 credits Scholar leader courses, research methods, program area of study, and dissertation Masters thesis equivalency: ECD 892 Advisor Student Advisory Committee Qualifying Examination Dissertation GA/TA and Research Opportunities

Graduate Certificate in Counselor Education Curriculum: SSII: ECD 510 section 605 Intro to Counseling Fall: ECD 524 section 605 Career Counseling Spring: ECD 530 section 605 Theories of Counseling SSI: ECD 525 section 605 Cross-cultural Counseling Advisor: Dr. Nicole Childs Advising and Registration Students are assigned to work with an advisor throughout their studies

Meet with you advisor at least once per semester Students should follow the course sequence on Advising Sheets in order to complete the program Use your unity ID and password to enroll classes online If you have questions, email [email protected] or call 919-515-2244. Late registration and census day Student Support Student orientation Contact instructors and teaching assistant through emails or phones

Hotlines through emails, and phones On-campus, face-to-face advising is available Contact the NCSU Help Desk at 515-HELP or [email protected] Questions Questions about classes: Contact instructors, TAs Questions about advising/class schedules Contact your advisors Questions regarding the degree program (admissions, student degree progress, graduation, etc.):

Contact Dr. Ting at [email protected] or Pauline Ellefson [email protected] Looking forward to working with you!!! Graduate Education Initiativeness Professional development Work hard and Enjoy CCERC Community Counseling, Education and Research Center First CCERC Located in downtown Raleigh.

https://sites.ced.ncsu.edu/ccerc/ Second CCERC at Cox Center was opened in fall, 2017 The CCERC Model of Engaged Scholarship Identity World-class Standard Love Ethic Wellness Focus

Trauma Informed Multiculturalism and Social Justice Research and Scholarship Community Worldview Partners

Location Outreach and Engagement Structure Public Doctoral University Community Engagement Classification

Counselor Education Program Graduate Students Counselor Educators Sliding Fee Scale https://youtu.be/B9rLdgFRKS4

2019, Chi Sigma Iota, All Rights Reserved Who We Are Dr. Stanley Baker Chapter Faculty Advisor of the Nu Sigma Chi Chapter of CSI for 22+ years! 1997-present

2019, Chi Sigma Iota, All Rights Reserved Who We Are Justin Brandenburg Russell Gentry Co-President Co-President Second Year Online Second Year Online

College Counseling M.Ed School Counseling M.Ed 2019, Chi Sigma Iota, All Rights Reserved Not Just a Line on Your Vita Free NBCC-approved clock hours at both live and recorded CSI webinars. Free access to JCLA and the Exemplar. Free access to the Counselors Bookshelf. Eligibility for leadership positions, fellowships, internships, awards, and grants, and CSI-sponsored conference sessions.

2019, Chi Sigma Iota, All Rights Reserved Our chapter has more than 65 active members including current students, alumni, and faculty. We focus on promoting excellence in the profession of counseling and work to get members more involved in professional development, community engagement,

thinking Oh, an honor society?! Gross. That ain't for me! So boring! Im not smart enough! I wont have time! So lame! Know how we know youre thinking this? Our Vision

Our vision for the 2019-2020 school year is to continue offering great professional development and resources for our chapters and the local community. Goals Branch out and connect with local chapters to have more networking events Bridge the gap between the On-Campus and Online cohorts within the program and continue to increase online participation Welcome new Masters and Doctoral students into the program with open arms and to give them more opportunities to get to know each other on both professional

and personal levels. Increase participation in at least 2 community service projects each semester. Leadership Opportunities 2019-2020 Secretary (Exec. Board Position) Treasurer (Exec. Board Position) Historian Committee Chairs

Looking Ahead: Proposed Events 2019-2020 Negotiated Exam Workshop NCE Workshop Professional Development Workshops Chapter Socials (cont. on next slide) Networking Socials (with other chapters) Community Involvement (drives, donations) Fundraising Dinner Socials & Fundraising Hoodie Sale Nu Sigma Chi Newsletter CACREP Advocacy Week

Nu Sigma Chi Semester Standout Award & End-of-Year Social Mentor/Mentee Program (& more depending on our members voices and ideas) Looking Ahead: Proposed Socials 2019-2020 Join our Facebook group page and keep up to date on events and meetings! Search Nu Sigma Chi Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota

Get in touch with us! Russell Gentry [email protected] Justin Brandenburg [email protected] We look forward to your involvement!

Come hang out with us! NSC-CSI is sponsoring a mixer after this orientation for all Masters Students!! Meet us at Tapworks! 222 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC 27603 Practicum and Internship Dr. Helen Lupton-Smith

Masters: Clinical Highlights Interfacing of on campus masters and doctoral students New technology and process for on campus and online student taping of clients in Practicum and Internship

Support for placement for Practicum and Internship: considering a Placement Fair for upcoming fieldwork. A Practicum and Internship orientation with all on campus and online student interns and supervisors CCERC (Community Counseling, Education, and Research Center

Practicum/Internship Handbook on Counselor Ed. website/site database Summary of Masters Clinical Courses ECD 642: Practicum in Counseling Spring semester. 100 hours at an approved site: 8-10 hours a week. Of 100 hours, 40 hours need to be direct counseling hours and of those 10 hours will be group counseling hours. Supervision provided. ____________________________________________________________ ECD 651, 652, or 653: Internship I in Counseling

Fall semester following spring Practicum. 300 hours at an approved site: 20 hours a week: Of 300 hours, 120 hours need to be direct counseling hours. Supervision provided. ____________________________________________________________ ECD 651, 652, or 653: Internship II in Counseling Final year spring semester. 300 hours at an approved site: 20 hours a week: Of 300 hours, 120 hours need to be direct counseling hours. Supervision provided. Most students stay at the same site for practicum and internship. Counselor Education Doctoral Program: Clinical Coursework Highlights Interfacing of doctoral and on campus masters students: Supervision Theory

(ECD 735) and Supervision Practicum ( ECD 847) New technology for supervision Support for field work placement Doctoral Students help provide supervision training to site supervisors: Internship Orientation CCERC: (Community Counseling, Education, and Research Clinic). Last two summers doctoral students have had the option of summer counseling hours there towards licensure if interested. Practicum and Internship Handbook on the Counselor Education Website outlines doctoral clinical experiences in the doctoral section. https://sites.ced.ncsu.edu/counselor-education/ . Once you click on the Handbook link, pages 108-183 are dedicated solely to explaining the doctoral clinical coursework required for your matriculation through the

program. Summary of Doctoral Clinical Courses Doctoral Practicum Information Doctoral students are required to participate in a supervised doctoral level practicum with a minimum of 100 hours of counseling at an approved site, of which 40 hours must be in direct service with clients. The doctoral practicum is met through the course ECD 843: Advanced Counseling Practicum where faculty supervision is provided on a continuous regular basis. Doctoral Internship Information Doctoral students are required to complete 600 total internship hours in their program. The 600 hours include supervised experiences in counselor education (e.g., clinical practice, research, leadership, advocacy), teaching, and supervision . The internship includes most of the activities of a regularly

employed professional in a counselor education setting. The 600 hours of doctoral internship requirements in the Counselor Education program at North Carolina State University are met through the following courses: 100 hours for the Teaching internship: Internship course: ECD 886. Concurrent enrollment in ECD 850 is required. 300 hours for Clinical/professional, and/or a research related Internship. The internship course is ECD 850. 100 of the total hours will be at CCERC. 200 hours for the supervision experience met in the course Supervision Internship: ECD 847 More on doctoral clinical courses and this information will be with the general

doctoral advising forms on the shelves in Poe 520 1.Note two recent changes that will be updated in the handbook soon: 1.A new doctoral clinical evaluation is being adopted that will be replacing the old evaluation and put into the handbook. 2. The other new update is that all doctoral students enrolled in ECD 850 Internship will be expected to do a 5 hour a week rotation at our program's community counseling center CCERC (the Community Counseling Education and Research Center). 2.Advanced Counseling Practicum (ECD 843), Internship (ECD 850), and Teaching Internship (ECD 886) are now offered together as a clinical combo class every Fall, Spring, and Summer. Students registering for ECD 886 in the Summer will register for the 5 week summer session (I or II) in which the course they are teaching falls under.

Students registering for ECD 850 and 843 will register for the full 10 week summer course. 3.All students who register for ECD 886 Teaching Internship must concurrently register for ECD 850 Internship in Counseling in order to obtain group supervision while completing their Teaching Internship. . 4. Supervision Theory (ECD 735) leads to Supervision Practicum (ECD 847) in the following semester. ECD 735 is offered every Fall and ECD 847 every Spring to match the masters students ECD 562 Techniques of Counseling and ECD 642 Practicum in Counseling sequence. 5. It is advisable (although not required) to take Supervision Practicum (ECD 847) in the semester immediately following the Supervision Theory class.

6.. It might be better for students with less clinical experiences to take ECD 843 Advanced Counseling Practicum before the Supervision Practicum (ECD 847), so that they can solidify their advanced clinical expertise prior to becoming supervisors, and they are likely to feel more confident if they do so. (However, this option might slow matriculation down somewhat.) 7. The Advanced Counseling Practicum (ECD 843) represents an advanced clinical experience. Whether the student chooses to use a current job site or not, the student will be required to identify an area of expertise, client population, etc., with which the student will conduct clinical work that is substantively different from the students current work and expertise. Doctoral students are required to participate in a minimum of 100 hours of counseling, of which 40 hours must be in direct service with clients in ECD 843. Advanced Counseling Practicum students meet on a regularly scheduled basis for group supervision. 8.. Those students who take ECD 850 Internship and ECD 843 Advanced Counseling Practicum cannot use the same

practical experience for both courses. They need to be two unique experiences with different hours allotted to each course. Break-Out Sessions for On-Campus Masters and Doctor Programs On-campus school counseling Dr. Baker, Dr. Dunbar Room 211 On-campus college counseling Dr. Angie Smith Room 220 On-campus clinical counseling Dr. Marc Grimmett Room 220 Doctoral Program Dr. Raymond Ting Room 228

Online Teaching and Learning Technology Dr. Sharon Chung Online Classes: 2 platforms Moodle (asynchronous) Zoom (synchronous) Moodle Moodle houses the course content, assignments, online forum/ community, resources, and other content.

Assignments are completed by students at his/her own pace prior to the due date. Link: http://wolfware.ncsu.edu Go to and log in as student using your unity id and password. Zoom Zoom DELTA Distance Education and Learning Technology Applications https://delta.ncsu.edu/

https://delta.ncsu.edu/knowledgebase/ Check on registration for upcoming workshops/orientation meetings!!! NCSU Unity ID Can find this in your WolfPack account, which is the account you used to apply to NCSU. The Unity ID is different from the Campus ID#. If you cannot find it, contact the NCSU Help Desk at 919515-HELP (4357). To reset your password, go to: https://sysnews.ncsu.edu/passwd/

Email Communication Email communication with your professor and TA should be done only through your NCSU Gmail account Instructions for setting up NCSU Gmail on a mobile device can be found at: Setting up iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) for Google Ap ps @ NC State Setting up Android for Google Apps @ NC State Setting up Blackberry for Google Apps @ NC State NCSU Libraries Go to www.lib.ncsu.edu

Click on Databases Popular databases for CED students are ERIC and PsycInfo After choosing a database, you will be prompted to login using your NCSU Unity ID and password. METRC, 400 Poe Hall Social events for online students Hikes, yoga, self defense classmany on-campus opportunities to stay connected and involved with your peers!!!

Break-Out Sessions for Online Students Online school counseling Dr. Sharon Chung, Room 112 Online college counseling Dr. Rolanda Mitchell, Room 500, Lauren Gardner Online clinical counseling Dr. Helen Lupton-Smith, Erik Messinger Room 512 Graduate Certificate Program Dr. Nicole Childs, Chris Baxter Room 224 We look forward to having you in the program and as part of the PACK!

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